One month ago today Tabitha entered the world a healthy, teeny tiny little baby. She still is super tiny, but more importantly she’s still healthy.
I’ve wondered a bit about why this last month has been SO. INCREDIBLY. AWFUL. When it comes to my own health. I’ve spent at least two days every week at the doctor or dentist this whole month. UNCOOL.
And I’ve actually wondered whhhhhhy. ( not that there has to be a reason…) to Brett in a very mournful, whiny voice…a voice I’m currently trying to teach Ransom not to use ( so far we have not made any headway…wonder why?)
But then today as I was writing Tabitha’s Monthly Letter I wrote almost without thinking that it was so that I’d be continually reminded that she was still healthy. I can’t say that I was continually reminded. There have been many days trying to clothe, feed, entertain and discipline two children that I’ve forgotten the miracle that is there…but its true. And so in the midst of being sick and bat-bait myself I hope maybe I’ll better remember that all those trips to the hospital could have been about her. They could have been for her heart, they could have been us visiting her while she lay in the NICU….But they haven’t been. And that almost makes my own little woes worth it.